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Old 08-30-2012, 10:30 PM   #18
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Open to thoughts and suggestions as these issues. I may not necessarily follow them but will always welcome suggestions and give them serious thought.
Hard to say. It took me 6 months to find a sweet spot.

I think if you are going to train 90% frequently, meaning multiple times per week, you need to frequently deload. If it's once a week I seem to handle in frequent deloads - kind of like Westside.

I find exercise rotation is more beneficial for some lifts than others. My squats, for example, go up with frequent heavy squatting. Deadlifts need more babying, and later variations don't seem to be nearly as taxing.

Not sure if that helps any.
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